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FOX News
Mar 5, 2012 9:00am EST
snow making cleanup more difficult in parts of indiana. they went from 70 degrease to below freezing. fema and red cross on the ground there as utility crews race to restore power. have a look. >> we don't really realize what destruction is until you see it. >> we heard things like shingles falling off the roof and things breaking. >> i thought it was over. when i laid down i thanked the lord for my children and my life and a good life. >> chaos. looked like a bomb went off. started swirling. jammed on the brakes. covered my head and laid down underneath the dash. the truck was rockin' and rollin' and i thought it would never quick. bill: what was remarkable how much warning people had and still the strong enough storms to kill 39. governor mitch daniels called a state of emergency in 39 county. martha: that is hart breaking. in kentucky a 15-month-old baby was a symbol of hope for tornado survivors. the babely lost her battle in all this. angel babcock was found alive in a field after a twister killed her parents and two of her siblings on friday night. she was flown from their home
FOX News
Mar 27, 2012 6:00am PDT
her legs protecting her children during a tornado, an indiana mom has just gotten out of rehab and ahead of schedule no less. stephanie decker's home, look at it, destroyed, when a twister hit henryville, indiana. you remember this story. we told it to you here. she used her own body to shield her children as that tornado blew apart that home. volunteers and friends have made another house wheelchair accessible for her. decker says she could not beer to be headed home. >> i wanted to get home. i had already been two weeks out in the hospital. that is not me. that is not how i role. i have a second chance at life, first of all. we survived something that, was pretty traumatic and, as you can tell, they are perfectly healthy and fine and happy, and well-adjusted and doing well. and then i'm here. you know, so i get to raise my kids. martha: gosh, what an inspiration she is. what an incredible woman. the todays say she could be walking again in three months. bill: we need to talk to her, don't we. martha: we sure do. bill: good for her. we are 45 minutes away. day two of the historic
FOX News
Mar 13, 2012 9:00am EDT
similar law, almost the exact same law in indiana, in 20086-3 with justice stevens writing the opinion. he's been replaced bee justice kagan, but there are still five votes on the court for these kind of laws. the best argument right there is the supreme court has recently said these laws are okay if you take the safeguards that texas did. bill: based on previous legislation, states in the south like texas have a different burden of proof and all this. i think it's fascinating when you compare the southern states and northern states. chuck, make your best case for why you think the justice department has a shot at this. >> i'd like to look at it from the local view. i was born and raised in east texas. i was a local precinct judge in east texas and ran local elections in my precinct for ten years. working with the community, seeing the checks and balances that we have in place and running elections there and seeing that the process did work you had to register to vote, you brought your voter registration card in we checked you off on a list and allowed you to vote. what the justice dep
FOX News
Mar 16, 2012 6:00am PDT
toll mounting. 11 dead when a massive ef-4 touched down in jefferson county, indiana. that was two weeks ago. 10 people were killed in lawrence town, kentucky, on that same day. that funnel cloud rated an ef-3. two days before that, in illinois, ef-4 took out seven lives. 55 people dead by twisters so far in 2012. >> bill, critics are saying new study on most tornado prone states may be misleading. weather channel measures number of twisters per 10,000 square miles, on that scale, florida comes in number one. places in tornado alley like kansas and oklahoma, rated second and sixth. some meteorologists saying florida's geographic conditions perfect for producing tornados year-round but they tend to be small and weak and short lived. bill: five minutes past the hour. how about six bucks a gallon for gasoline. saying that could happen if israel goes to war with iran. right now the national average, $3.83. up more than three cents from a month ago. earlier this morning on "fox and friends", newt gingrich slammed the white house what he said was policy for relying on foreign oil. >> the
FOX News
Mar 2, 2012 9:00am EST
indiana, but more concerning right now is we have a tornado warning just north of the huntsville area. it looks like we have another tornado warning, possibly towards the kentucky region, and we'll get to that in a moment. but watches mean the conditions are favorable for tornadoes. warnings meaning we are seeing some strong rotation on doppler radar or trained weather spotters. again, this is just ahead of what's going to be perhaps a very destructive, long lasting tornadic event. here's our severe weather ingredients, we've got the slight risk for much of the southeast across the ohio river valley, tennessee river valley, our moderate risks are in the red, then a high risk area, something that they rarely issue unless they are completely certainry -- we are going to see long lasting, destructive tornadoes, louisville, lexington, nashville, tennessee, you're within that area of high risk. back to you bill. bill: so northern alabama, tornado warning, which is different from a watch, because that means one has been spotted or is on the ground. >> reporter: that's right. bill: if y
FOX News
Mar 14, 2012 6:00am PDT
has blocked it even though the united states supreme court in 2008 upheld an indiana voter i.d. law very similar to this. unfortunately this has become par for the course with the attorney general and the justice department. we'll eventually win but there is no reason for playing politics with the voter i.d.. bill: senator, thank you for your time. john cornyn from texas on two topics. thanks to you. >> thanks, bill. bill: on these topics or anything else you want to talk about, go to our web site, foxnews.com, /americasnewsroom. click on the bya box and send your question. hemmer@foxnews.com o or@bill hemmer. alisyn: anything you want to talk about? you really want to put that out there? bill: you can pick your poison. alisyn: i can't wait to see the questions you get. bill: hour 1 minutes in the chair. you have the option. alisyn: i have questions for you. i'm going to send them in. meanwhile, american communities are facing a possibility of a economic disaster but what happens when local leaders are afraid to the make tough choices to balance the budget? that startling answer for
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